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ー September 30, 2012 ー Indian firm Sutlej lands Arun III contract           

September 30, 2012 - Indian firm Sutlej lands Arun III contract 

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●12093001 スリランカ,JICA 2012年9月20日
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●12093002 Indonesia, StocksandShares.TV - ?17 hours ago?
BP Submits New LNG Plans
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BP Submits New LNG Plans. The oil major BP plc (NYSE:BP) announced that it has submitted a Plan of Further Development (POFD) to expand its Tangguh plant in Indonesia. The company wants to build its third liquefied natural gas (LNG) train at the plant.

●12093003 India, Economic Times - ?7 hours ago
How will FDI in power exchanges help improve electricity supply and distribution
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The government recently permitted foreign investment up to 49% in power trading exchanges. This included a foreign direct investment component of 26%.

●12093004 Nepal, Republica - ?10 hours ago
Indian firm Sutlej lands Arun III contract
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?KATHMANDU, Sept 29: The government has finally decided to award the 900 MW Arun III Hydropower Project to the Sutlej Jal Vidyut Nigam Ltd (SJVN), India´s state-owned power producer, after the company demonstrated financial capability to bring in Rs ...

●12093005 中国,ブルームバーグ - ?1 hour ago?
9月29日(ブルームバーグ):オバマ米大統領は28日、中国系企業に対し、オレゴン州の米海軍施設近くに風力発電所を建設することを認めない決定を下した。米大統領が国家安全保障上のリスクを理由に企業の計画を阻んだのは22年ぶり。 オバマ大統領は中国の三一集団の役員 ...

◯12093006 Pakistan, HydroWorld - ?1 hour ago?
Obstructing the water doorway: Kishanganga Dam to limit water flow
Pakistan may lose 13% of water to Neelum Jhelum River as India tries to control water flow with the construction of Kishanganga Dam on the river, says Managing Director of Neelum Jhelum Hydropower Company Lieutenant General (retd) Muhammad Zubair ...

◯12093007 India, New York Daily News - ?Sep 27, 2012
Bengal to focus on hydropower generation
90 percent of the power generated in the state is from thermal stations, while hydro electricity is only 10 percent. So, our strategy now is to exploit all possible hydro resources," Principal Secretary, Power, Malay De, said at a Confederation of ...

◯12093008 Pakistan, The Express Tribune - ?2 hours ago
Wooing investors: Govt may act as guarantor for AJK power projects
?Among foreign investors looking for investment opportunities, South Korea-based Star Hydropower Limited is seeking guarantees from the Government of Pakistan for investing in the 147MW Patrind Hydropower Project to be built on the boundary of ...

◯12093009 Indonesia,Jakarta Post - ?20 hours ago?
RI-Malaysia electricity line begins construction
State power utility PT PLN says it has begun the initial construction process for a planned electricity transmission line project that will connect the Indonesia and Malaysia power grid. According to the plan, there would be two transmission lines ...

◯12093010 India, SteelGuru - ?Sep 28, 2012?
SAIL, NTPC and NMDC to set up 500 MW power plant in UP
ET reported that India's largest power, steel and iron ore mining companies are joining hands to set up a power project in Uttar Pradesh to meet the electricity needs of National Mineral Development Corporation. The JV, comprising state run Steel ..

◯12093011 Srilanka, Sunday Observer - ?10 hours ago
Sri Lanka - India talks on Kudankulam nuclear plant
Sri Lanka - India talks on Kudankulam nuclear plant. India has agreed to enter into a broad dialogue with Sri Lanka on the safety aspects of the Kudankulam nuclear power plant in Southern India, Indian media reported yesterday. The reports said that ...

◯12093012 China, SteelGuru - ?Sep 28, 2012?
China considering reforming thermal coal pricing mechanism
Annual contracts, which obligate coal suppliers to sell large quantities of thermal coal to power plants at preferential prices, are done so in order to ease the financial pressures faced by power producers.

◯12093013 China, SteelGuru - ?Sep 27, 2012
China overtakes Japan to be the price setter for thermal coal
Despite big strides in expanding renewable output through building wind farms and solar projects, thermal coal still provides more than two-thirds of China's power needs. That helps explain why China has taken a slower approach to reforming coal prices ...

◯12093014 China, Oil and Gas Industry Latest News - ?Sep 27, 2012?
Future Chinese LNG demand uncertain: speaker
But there are many unknowns about China's future LNG demand, including the extent to which it would continue to rely on coal-based generation, to what extent it would increase the use of nuclear power, how much pipeline gas it might import from Russia ...


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